Note: "ETPS" has been changed to "MPS"
Scars are universal; we ALL have them. They even accumulate as we age and walk through life, and can be the culprit to many pain syndromes and diseases. Scars can also occur as a result of broken bones, sprained joints, torn muscles, inflammation, or any areas of the body (and as a result, the mind) that has been injured through trauma; both physical and emotional. Scars - especially abdominal surgical scars - have a significantly negative influence on the body. Among other things, they restrict metabolism, pull on fascia, the skeletal system and internal organs, and otherwise negatively influence the body in many ways.
Scars are now recognized as a key source of physical stress. Scars directly connect to the skin through the peripheral and central nervous systems, so any injury to the skin or underlying fascia will cause a prolonged sympathetic response. It is theorized that each surgery or injury compounds this stress aggravation until the sympathetic nervous system goes into hyper load, resulting in disease or prolonged chronic post-surgical pain.
It is reported up to one third of patients undergoing common surgical procedures report persistent or intermittent pain, called chronic post surgical pain (CPSP), of varying severity at one year postoperatively.
Scars Hidden Influence
(Lancet 2006). Called the "fascia-stress" theory of pain, this theory suggests scars injure fascia causing restrictions which activate sympathetic stress.
"With millions of physical scars surgically produced annually the "Fascia-Stress" Theory of pain may help to explain the causation of suffering for so many hard-to-treat (intractable) chronic pain sufferers."
Scar Release Therapy
Scar Release Therapy (SRT), a safe, clinically tested and proven solution to chronic pain and suffering. SRT is a simple and painless way to self-apply and is highly effective in reducing the negative influences of scars. SRT uses the latest scientific advances to address both chronic pain and dermal scarring that occurs post-trauma or surgery. It applies Microcurrent Point Stimulation (MPS), which is a patented solution that is based on the scientific concept of increasing the skin's inter-cellular metabolism, protein synthesis, and healing to re-awaken its ability to regenerate. By targeting direct cellular stimulation of microcurrent waves through the scars, this simple procedure works by releasing the tense scar contracture which in turn reduces dermal trauma, adhesions, and fascial restrictions.
MPS Scar Release Therapy - Anthony Ferraraccio is the only Licensed Massage Therapist in West Virginia, allowed, by law, to perform this therapy. He has extensive training and experience in working with specific pain conditions such as carpel tunnel syndrome, sciatica, plantar fasciitis and chronic back and neck pain. Free consultation and treatment planning offered to new patients. Children are welcome. Patients under 18 must have parent present during therapy.
50 Minutes - $125 (Series of Five - $575 - save $100)
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